Led Zeppelin bassist's former Rectory home on sale for nearly £10million

An exterior view of the property with lawned garden and ivy growing up the frontage
The Old Rectory has had an eventful past since it was built in 1760 which includes being burnt down, being renovated and built again and then being owned by famous rockers (Image credit: Knight Frank)

A jaw-dropping eight-bed manor house once owned by not one, but two legendary rockers has gone on sale for nearly £10million.

The original Old Rectory, sited in Dittisham, Dartmouth, Devon, dates from 1760 but was gutted by a blaze in the 1970s, but rebuilt.

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